18
Sep

Disaster Assistance Center is Open to Help Those Affected by Flood

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Location: The Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) is located at 1250 South Hover. The DAC entrance is located on the west side of the Twin Peaks Mall in the former location of Steve & Barry’s just south of Sears.
Hours of operation: The center will operate from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m., seven days a week until the need subsides.
Who is being helped: This center is open to serve all Boulder County residents.
What residents need to bring with them: Please bring any paperwork that would assist in verifying your address and assisting with your needs such as utility bills, identification, social security number, insurance policy paperwork, etc.
How can residents contact the DAC: Due to the temporary nature of the facility, no phone service exists and we encourage residents to come in with any questions or help they need.  
Agencies represented at the DAC:  FEMA, Workforce Boulder County, Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Land Use, the OUR Center, and American Family Insurance. Three other non-profits are also on-site to assist with private home clean up: Convoy of Hope, Samaritans Purse, and the Southern Baptist Convention. For those in need of clean up kits, bottled water and other necessities assistance can be found at the DAC.
NOTE ABOUT FEMA: FEMA requires that all residents register www.disasterassistance.gov. You may do this at the DAC or you may do this prior to going to the DAC. If you are denied FEMA coverage initially, please READ THE ENTIRE LETTER, as it outlines the possibility that you need to supply insurance information in order to receive assistance.
Food and other essential items are available to Longmont area victims of the 2013 flood. A Disaster Assistance Center is open at the TwinPeaks Mall in Longmont.

Food and other essential items are available to Longmont area victims of the 2013 flood. A Disaster Assistance Center is open at the TwinPeaks Mall in Longmont.

18
Sep

Longmont Flood Information Update 16:21

Longmont has demonstrated we are a resilient community and open for business. Our city staff and community has demonstrated our strength and resolve. We are rebuilding our roads and infrastructure at unprecedented speeds. LPC has electricity to all but a few homes, we are providing clean drinking water to Longmont and Left Hand Water District. We are poised to bring power and Wi-Fi to Lyons.

We are Longmont Strong.

We are having great success in our neighborhoods with cleanup efforts. In addition to providing roll-offs dumpsters the City of Longmont has hired contractors with heavy equipment to assist in neighborhoods. They are using this equipment to clean debris piles filled with wet carpet, mud and silt. This has significantly added to the speed of our recovery. The city has heavy equipment in the flood areas, the additional cars on the streets are making it difficult to maneuver around. We are asking those who are helping friends and neighbors to park cars outside of the affected neighborhoods and walk in when you can.

Businesses continue to support the community. We’ve had tremendous support at our evacuation shelters, emergency operations center and out on the streets. Families and businesses owners are literally stopping in the streets and dropping food to crews and check points.

 

We have closed the call center. We are asking our community to call the necessary city department for future requests. These numbers are listed below.

Longmont Power and Communications (LPC) (303) 776-0011

Public Works and Natural Resources (PWNR) (303) 651-8416

Longmont Utility Billing (303) 651-8664

Longmont Building Inspections (303) 651-8332

Longmont Code Enforcement (303) 651-8695

Longmont Community Neighborhood Resources (303) 651-8444

Longmont Fire Services general information (303) 651-8437

Longmont Police Services general information (303) 651-8555

Police and Fire Emergencies – 911

Please do not call 911 unless you have an emergency.

 

Our OEM website will continue to be updated on a regular basis. This site also contains volumes of information, videos and frequently asked questions. This is a great resource if you have questions.

Longmont DAC Update:

The average wait time to meet with a FEMA representative at the Disaster Assistance Center is about 15 minutes. The average wait time for computer access to sign in for Boulder County services is about 10 minutes.

Buses are available for transport between Life Bridge Church and the DAC.

18
Sep

Disaster Assistance Center is Open to Help Those Affected by Flood

Location: The Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) is located at 1250 South Hover. The DAC entrance is located on the west side of the Twin Peaks Mall in the former location of Steve & Barry’s just south of Sears.
Hours of operation: The center will operate from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m., seven days a week until the need subsides.
Who is being helped: This center is open to serve all Boulder County residents.
What residents need to bring with them: Please bring any paperwork that would assist in verifying your address and assisting with your needs such as utility bills, identification, social security number, insurance policy paperwork, etc.
How can residents contact the DAC: Due to the temporary nature of the facility, no phone service exists and we encourage residents to come in with any questions or help they need.
Agencies represented at the DAC:  FEMA, Workforce Boulder County, Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Land Use, the OUR Center, and American Family Insurance. Three other non-profits are also on-site to assist with private home clean up: Convoy of Hope, Samaritans Purse, and the Southern Baptist Convention. For those in need of clean up kits, bottled water and other necessities assistance can be found at the DAC.
NOTE ABOUT FEMA: FEMA requires that all residents register www.disasterassistance.gov. You may do this at the DAC or you may do this prior to going to the DAC. If you are denied FEMA coverage initially, please READ THE ENTIRE LETTER, as it outlines the possibility that you need to supply insurance information in order to receive assistance.
Photo: The American Red Cross is assisting flood victims at the Disaster Assistance Center located at the Twin Peaks Mall in Longmont.
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18
Sep

Longmont Flood Information Update 09/18/2013

Did you know?

Longmont Water is still safe drink and remained safe, even during the height of the flood. Please remember to turn off your sprinklers.

Longmont Fire Services - Longmont Fire continues to help pump water from flooded homes in Longmont. They have two types of pumps, one for homes with more than four (4) inches of flood water and one for homes with less than four (4) inches. Longmont homeowners please call Robin at (303) 651-8424 or e-mail Robin Ericson at [email protected]

Public Works and Natural Resources – PWNR has started road repairs and paving operations on several of our damaged roads. Our most significant road repair is in the Valley neighborhood near 9th Ave and Hayden Ct. Hayden Ct. has been completely reconstructed, the damaged pavement has been removed, repacked with road base and they are starting paving operations tomorrow (September 19th). This is great news for our residents in the Valley neighborhood.

This area can be accessed from Airport Rd (north or south), then travel east bound on 9th Ave.

Longmont Water - Longmont water has established two hydrant to hydrant water inter-connections to provide safe, fresh drinking water to the Left Hand Water District which supplies water to the tri-town area (Firestone, Frederick and Dacono).

Longmont Power & Communications - Longmont Power & Communications is providing broadband services to a Location within our service territory in order to assist the Town of Lyons with their recovery efforts.

Other developments:

  • Boston Rd (Roger Grove/ Fairgrounds area) between Hover Rd and Sunset is now open.
  • We have closed the call center. We are asking our community to call the necessary city department for future requests. These numbers are listed below.
  • Longmont Power and Communications (LPC) (303) 776-0011
  • Public Works and Natural Resources (PWNR) (303) 651-8416
  • Longmont Utility Billing (303) 651-8664
  • Longmont Building Inspections (303) 651-8332
  • Longmont Code Enforcement (303) 651-8695
  • Longmont Community Neighborhood Resources (303) 651-8444
  • Longmont Fire Services general information (303) 651-8437
  • Longmont Police Services general information (303) 651-8555
  • Police and Fire Emergencies – 911

Please do not call 911 unless you have an emergency.

OEM Website – the place to go for information and updates:

http://longmontoem.org/

Our OEM website will continue to be updated on a regular basis. This site also contains volumes of information, videos and frequently asked questions. This is a great resource if you have questions.

Disaster Assistance Centers Open in Longmont and Weld County (Tri-towns)

Longmont Area - Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) is open. The DAC is located at 1250 S. Hover St. at the old Steve and Barry’s Store. The DAC is located on the west side of the mall near the north end. Agencies at the center include: FEMA, Workforce Boulder County, Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Land Use, the OUR Center, and American Family Insurance. Three other non-profits are also on-site to assist with private home clean up: Convoy of Hope, Samaritans Purse, and the Southern Baptist Convention. The DAC is serving Longmont and communities west of Longmont (Lyons, Jamestown, Boulder County).

FEMA requires that all residents register http://www.disasterassistance.gov. You may do this at the DAC or you may do this prior to going to the DAC. If you are denied FEMA coverage initially, please READ THE ENTIRE LETTER, as it outlines the possibility that you need to supply insurance information in order to receive assistance.

For those in need of clean up kits, bottled water and other necessities assistance can be found at the DAC. Additional help may also be found at http://www.helpcoloradonow.org.

Weld County (Tri-towns ) - Weld County has opened a Recovery Assessment Center in south west Weld County. This team will be located in the Human Services Offices, 4209 CR 24 1/2 , Del Camino. They will be open from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. tomorrow until further notice. Services include DHS, health, veterans, utilities, United Way, Red Cross and more.

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18
Sep

Disaster Assistance Center is Open to Help Those Affected by Flood

Location: The Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) is located at 1250 South Hover. The DAC entrance is located on the west side of the Twin Peaks Mall in the former location of Steve & Barry’s just south of Sears.
Hours of operation: The center will operate from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m., seven days a week until the need subsides.
Who is being helped: This center is open to serve all Boulder County residents.
What residents need to bring with them: Please bring any paperwork that would assist in verifying your address and assisting with your needs such as utility bills, identification, social security number, insurance policy paperwork, etc.
How can residents contact the DAC: Due to the temporary nature of the facility, no phone service exists and we encourage residents to come in with any questions or help they need
Agencies represented at the DAC:  FEMA, Workforce Boulder County, Boulder County Public Health, Boulder County Land Use, the OUR Center, and American Family Insurance. Three other non-profits are also on-site to assist with private home clean up: Convoy of Hope, Samaritans Purse, and the Southern Baptist Convention. For those in need of clean up kits, bottled water and other necessities assistance can be found at the DAC.
NOTE ABOUT FEMA: FEMA requires that all residents register www.disasterassistance.gov. You may do this at the DAC or you may do this prior to going to the DAC. If you are denied FEMA coverage initially, please READ THE ENTIRE LETTER, as it outlines the possibility that you need to supply insurance information in order to receive assistance.
17
Sep

Emergency Call Center Will Not Re-open as of 7PM on 9/17/2013

As the City of Longmont returns to normal 8:00am-5:00pm business operations,  the  emergency call center will be closed after 7PM tonight, Tuesday, September 17, 2013.

You can find resources related to City services and functions on our Additional Resources page or Contact Info page. You may also visit the City of Longmont website  to contact other areas directly.

17
Sep

Rental Housing Needed for Displaced Residents

Are you a Landlord in Longmont?

Housing information is being compiled on a website. We are looking for rental units that are vacant or will be vacant in the near future. If you have vacant housing, please register on www.coloradohousingsearch.com.  If you know of residents that are looking for a rental, please go to http://www.helpcoloradonow.com

17
Sep

Video Posted from Monday September 16 Longmont State of the City Address

Longmont city leaders described the devastation caused by the 2013 flood and updated residents on current conditions.

The City of Longmont held a “State of the City” meeting Monday, September 16th, 2013 at 7pm (MST).

The meeting provided information regarding the flood as well as updates regarding progress in recovery, and community resources for recovery and restoration. City staff representatives scheduled included:

  • Dennis Coombs, Mayor of Longmont: Introduction and event overview
  • Harold Dominguez, Longmont City Manager: Overview of impacted areas
  • Dan Eamon, Emergency Operations Manager: Recovery Activities and resources for restoration
  • Dale Rademacher, Director of Public Works and Natural Resources

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17
Sep

Local Youth Shows Her Appreciation for Police and Fire Staff

A young lady brought in three plates of cookies for staff yesterday with this amazing card!

photo of the hand crafted card

Local Youth Shows Her Appreciation for Police and Fire Staff

photo of the hand crafted card

Local Youth Shows Her Appreciation for Police and Fire Staff

17
Sep

Neighborhood Access Has Been Opened to Valley Neighborhood Via 9th Avenue At Wade Road

As of 9:00 am Tuesday, September 17th, non-restricted access to Valley neighborhood (which includes, Wade Road, Troxell Avenue, Hayden Court, Dudley Lane, and Zweck Court) is available until 7:00 pm. There are still National Guard in the areas where the roads are still impassible.

To return to this neighborhood, you can only enter via 9th Avenue at Wade Road.

From Hover Street, you can turn West on Rogers Road or Nelson Road to Airport Road. Take a right or head North on Airport Road to 9th Avenue. Turn right or East on 9th Avenue to Wade Road. Hayden Court is inaccessible at this time. Hayden Court on the stretch of road between 9th Avenue just passed Troxell Avenue is also not accessible by vehicles at this time.

Road Closures:

  • Airport Road between Mountain View and 9th Avenue is currently closed.
  • 9th Avenue is inaccessible just East of Wade Road and West of Fordham Street.

If you have any questions, please call the Call Center at 303-651-8595.

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